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Is Supernaturalistic Belief Essential in a Definition of Religion? (May 12, 1921)

Author: Wells, Wesley Raymond
Volume: 18
Publisher: The Journal of Philosophy
Language: English
Book contributor: JSTOR
Collection: jstor_jphilosophy; jstor_ejc; additional_collections


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